So, if both sides of a war have chosen the best war strategy in advance, however, one side has less troops, and therefore loses... is it still considered a state of Nash Equilibrium even though the starting conditions weren't equal? Also, if anyone is willing, I like the idea of Nash Equilibrium, but I don't have the mathematical intelligence to understand the equation for it, if anyone is willing to dumb it down to where I understand what it all means, that would be appreciated.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Nash's Equilibrium

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